For the new smartwatch, Apple is reportedly testing technologies such as sleep tracking, health sensors, FaceTime camera, as well as built-in WiFi.
While the initial information about the new smaller iPhone was first leaked by KGI analyst Ming-Chi Kuo in November last month, indicating the possible release in early 2016, and Apple’s March event would be the perfect fit for “early 2016”.
The new iPhone might come with the A9 processor, though, without prominent features such as 3D Touch. As users still prefer smaller iPhones and the fact that iPhone 5s is more popular than iPhone 5c, the specs on the new model are likely to be much better compared to iPhone 5c, featuring a metal design similar to high-end iPhones than the 5c rip-off.
Also, users still prefer smaller iPhones since those are easier to use and hold with one hand than the mighty 5.5-inch iPhones.
In addition to 4-inch iPhone launch, iPhone 7 is likely to be released in September 2016 with features such as the new A10 processor, along with 4.7-inch and 5.5-inch displays powered by 2GB and 3GB RAM respectively.